News: Cantio Helps You Discover New Music (Using YouTube)

Cantio Helps You Discover New Music (Using YouTube)

When it comes to finding great new tunes for your music collection, the last place you would think to look is YouTube. But more and more artists are posting music videos on the popular video hosting site as a means to getting noticed and hopefully—building a fan base. And since YouTube is not just a music video site, there's quite a bit of junk to sift through, making it virtually impossible to find new songs to add to your iPod's repertoire... unless you use Cantio.

Cantio is a free web-based app that does all of the heavy lifting for you, turning YouTube into a playlist-friendly jukebox. You can search through the millions of songs available and play the videos in full screen mode, just like you would on YouTube. Visit the Cantio site and sign in as a guest to start browsing the content.

Cantio Helps You Discover New Music (Using YouTube)

For more features, sign up for a free account. You'll be able to create playlists, add songs to favorite lists, watch all of the accompanying videos, and get more details on the artists. To discover even more music, there's also a radio feature from Last.fm that provides you with similar songs, based on the current song genre you're listening to.

Cantio Helps You Discover New Music (Using YouTube)

Cantio is definitely worth a try for discovering new music. If it works for you, great. If not, at least you had a little fun along the way.

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3 Comments

This reminds me of grooveshark.. But I'll try it :D

It's pretty much the same as Grooveshark.. BUT 1. you don't get spammed with "BE A PLUS MEMBERSTUFF" 2. The interface is beautiful, and easy to use :D While im writing this comment I'm starting to love this more and more :D The soundquality is top! Pure Awesomeness! :D Thanks for showing us this :D

No problem. Grooveshark is pretty awesome, too. Cantio differs because it offers the chance to watch music videos from YouTube, if available. But I find myself mostly listening, not watching. There's also no fees for premium membership (yet), and there never should be, but who knows what will come if it becomes popular enough.

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